Found 60 articles matching Pottery and Clay category.
  • Sep 15 2010
  • 15 Sep 2010

The Collector’s Minute: Wedgwood American Views Plates

It might seem strange, but the country that was the largest producer of pottery depicting American heroes of the Revolution, their homes and famous land […]

  • Jul 26 2010
  • 26 Jul 2010

The Collector’s Minute: Royal Doulton Women’s Suffrage Ink Wells

Every movement in history has its highs and lows captured in the decorative arts of the time, either as heroic statuary and dramatic portraiture to […]

  • Jul 5 2010
  • 5 Jul 2010

The Collector’s Minute: Dutch Delft Pottery Charger

This is an example of a Dutch Delft pottery charger, designed to be hung as a decorative wall plate. Most such wall plates measure more […]

  • Jun 29 2010
  • 29 Jun 2010

The Collector’s Minute: Wedgwood Black Basalt

These wine & water ewers are 19th-century Wedgwood pieces in what’s referred to as “black basalt,” a hard, black vitreous stoneware named after the volcanic […]

  • Jun 15 2010
  • 15 Jun 2010

The Collector’s Minute: Japanese Sumida Ware

Among the strangest pieces to came out of the Orient during the late 19th century are Japanese export pottery called “Sumida ware,” named after their […]

  • May 11 2010
  • 11 May 2010

Cincinnati Pottery Before There Was Rookwood

For most antique lovers, the Rookwood Pottery of Cincinnati conjures up images of fine ceramics. Great decorators, combined with great glazes gave this art pottery […]

  • Dec 26 2008
  • 26 Dec 2008

Art Nouveau Weller “Baldwin” Series Umbrella Stand

Every dealer and collector has a soft spot for certain styles and periods of design that is almost a case of love at first sight. […]

  • Nov 21 2008
  • 21 Nov 2008

Sarreguemines Vaisselle

Sarreguemines Vaisselle

By Sherri Hall-Wilcox

  • Nov 6 2008
  • 6 Nov 2008

Automobilia China Part Two


Automobilia China Part Two

By David Bausch

  • Nov 4 2008
  • 4 Nov 2008

Automobile China by Royal Doulton


Automobile China by Royal Doulton

By David Bausch

Nothing speaks of the Edwardian era more clearly then the series of china produced by Royal Doulton of England. This china was designed by John Holdcroft, and was known as the Motorist Series. This series was produced in its factory in Burslem England from the years 1903-1913.